Learn Introduction to ANSY, Meshing, CAE Process, Finite Element Analysis, Geometry Types and Selection, Types of Mesh Elements, Localized Meshing accompanied with various recent case studies to attain the challenges set by the EV industries with Personalized Industry Mentorship, Career Guidance, and Placement Assistance and much more.
Design Simulation using Ansys
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Hybrid Vehicle Power-train
The type of hybrid vehicle architectures and their usage as per the desired output. This covers the difference between the different products in the market and how and why they employ different types of hybrid power-train.
Retro fitment of a 2-Wheeler
As the 2 Wheelers are getting popular in India, in this case, a study we look at what it takes to convert an existing gasoline-powered 2-wheeler, into an EV. The size of the motor required to match the performance.
Battery Pack Design and Selection
Selection criteria for the battery pack to gain the desired range out of an electric 2-wheeler. Types of cells and voltage to keep, as well as the impact of using a high voltage low current vs low voltage high current battery pack.
Battery Swapping and Charging Stations
The impact of charging over the grid and the difference between the battery swapping and charging station. Their feasibility and the best option moving forward with the technology.
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About Design Simulation using Ansys Program
An important part of the product development has been the product testing. Before releasing the product into the market, it is necessary to perform test for its reliability, life cycle, operational stresses, and conditions. For small products it is possible and quite easy to do, but for products of bigger in size and magnitude, and having long product life cycle, this process gets costly, especially if the revisions are involved. Thus enters the need of Computer Aided Engineering.
Under CAE, the product is put through the series of forces and environmental conditions to simulate, the operational condition. The simulation conditions can be revised, optimized as per the required study to be performed, and used to obtain a domain specific result. This process saves time and cost in the long run.
There are several software or apps providing such services – ANSYS, using the FEA and FEM principles to perform the simulations. In this course, you will get to learn about the types of geometry involved in CAE, and the basic understanding of meshing and how to perform mesh of the system. When it comes to simulation you will be learning about the static and transient – structural and thermal simulation and the flow simulation through a pipe.
- Calculating force across a simple 2 D plate.
- Static and Dynamic analysis of tubular chassis.
- Temperature in a rod.
- Cooling of rod with time.
- Temperature difference for heat generating conductor.
- Flow across a T section.